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An audacious collaboration of top inventors aims to create a “nanolab”–a chip that can sense impending disease by detecting proteins in a single blood cell.
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The king of search is tapping into what may be the largest grid of computers on the planet. And it remains extraordinarily secretive about its core technologies-perhaps because it senses a potential competitor in dotcom era flameout Akamai.
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100 years ago, Congress passed a law requiring honest labeling of food and drugs. Now the time has come to do the same for software.